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ABC
Jul 18, 2011 5:00am EDT
murdoch's british operations, police arrested rebekah brooks. hours later london's top, quit his job. london's police commissioner resigned because of speculation about his links with a former editor at the news of the world" tabloid. >> i have no knowledge as to the extent of this disgraceful tactic and the selection of victims. >> rupert murdoch's and his son will answer questions from british lawmakers tomorrow. the british parliament may delay its summer break so the prime minister can brief lawmakers on this growing scandal. >>> the republican presidential campaign is going high-tech. the candidates will meet for the first presidential debate to be held solely it through twitter this week. the event is sponsored by the tea party. michelle bachmann, tim pawlenty among others, starting at 3:00 p.m. on wednesday. >>> technology jobs are high to right now, but not in all fields. >> no more. >> wireless could mean jobless. consumers may be lining up to purchase smartphone, a tablet computers, and applications but employment in the wireless industry is shrinking. there are 20,000 fewe
ABC
Jul 19, 2011 5:00am EDT
scandal surrounding his british newspapers. his son james and former executives rebekah brooks are expected to testify as well at today's hearing. >>> debt talks continue daily and neither side is giving up hope. >> but democrats and republicans seem to have made, little progress in getting over the obstacles. the house could vote on a republican plan as soon as today. >> after another day of debt talks and no deal the market sent an unmistakable message. stocks tumbled nearly 100 points. setting off a modern-day gold rush. >> the same concept of taking the money out of your market and putting it under a mattress, investors are taking it out of the market and putting it into gold. the university of texas put $1 billion of its endowment into gold. still president obama is hopeful. he is still holding out for big deal $4 trillion in spending cuts. >> the president believes we should push for the biggest possible deal. >> if still republicans and democrats agree they will keep negotiating to meet the august 2 deadline. >> we will stay in session every day. >> every day monday thro
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